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The type of business I work in wants a result and understands little in terms of 'how these things work' or how much time they take to implement.
They wanted a quick solution to build reports which I implemented, but now they have seen its potential and want 'this and that' done to better the reports...
Paste Hi Neil, Yes, you could use more Else If arguments, though it does seem odd to have so many Opt variables first.
At that point, a progress bar should be displayed...
You could reduce the flickering by using Active Window. I'd say, in general, Word's desire to keep pagination accurate is the most common cause for the unreliability (i.e., running code in normal view rather than page layout view can also help, etc). Screen Updating = False, and then proceeds to take 2 minutes to do all of the other stuff, you're going to be making a post saying "How do I give my end-users a progress bar when running a long program? Hi Neil, I take a different view from Frosty on the flickering issue: I don't regard it as a matter of making the app 'super slick'.
Screen Updating = True ..it doesn't seem to be working effectively in my current project. There is a lot of material there which will help you translate from recorded macros/heavy use of the Selection object to a slicker program.Introduced in 2007 by Steve Jobs, i Phone is Apple's flagship i OS device and easily its most popular product around the world.The i Phone runs i OS and includes a large collection of mobile apps through the App Store. However, one of the reasons for using the original code was because I could understand the code and therefore its actions. If I need to add multiple variables to the string (if my userform contains Opt3, 4, 5 etc) do I just continue to duplicate the 'Else If'' statement ? Open("E:\MYDOCUMENT" & Str Var & ".dot", _ Add To Recent Files:=False, Visible:=False) And what is meant to happen if two of them are true (assuming that's possible)? Paste Thanks macropod, I will try this code to see if it helps. You could also use a series of If statements on their own: Dim Doc As Document, Str Var As String If Opt1 = True Then Str Var = "" If Opt2 = True Then Str Var = "2" If Opt3 = True Then Str Var = "3" If Opt4 = True Then Str Var = "4" Set Doc = Documents.
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